Brined Pork Chops

An old-fashioned technique, brining involves soaking meat or poultry in a flavorful saltwater solution to enhance its juiciness. The food doesn't taste salty when cookedit's tender and succulent.
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SoldFond
Chicago
April 22, 2011
Ability level:Intermediate
Cooks for:1 to 2 people
Cooks:Every day
Would You Recommend? Yes
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This Brined Chop Is the Ticket
April 22, 2011
I've enjoyed "Wms-S's Brining Blend" for many years and after two recent episodes of rock hard pork chops, I remembered seeing this recipe. I followed it to the T; my chop was so tender, it "wobbled" on the tong when I lifted it from my "LeCreuset" grill pan! So, if you don't want it in gravy or breaded or souped OR Salty, Wms-S's Brining Blend Is the Ticket in this Recipe-It Was Excellent! Now all I have to do is get the canned lima beans right/iron deficiency thing.
Pros: Quick, Easy, Kid-Friendly, Appearance, Will Make Again